Jacks Plastics produces inflatable boats, dry bags and waterproof self-inflating mattresses, as well as an industrial product line featuring oil and gas equipment, medical lift bags, water main replacements and environmental solutions such as spill containments.
NASA contracted them for stabilization collars that fit around Orion and Dragon space capsules, as well as industrial products including rafts designed to handle Sea State 8 conditions (which includes strong gales).
Early Life and Education
Jack was well known for his creative use of video conferencing. Team members who took part recall how adeptly he held their attention even from across the screen, leaning in when speaking and creating an atmosphere unlike anything they had experienced previously.
Jack’s Plastic Welding has been in business for 30 years, manufacturing polyvinyl chloride products such as inflatable boats, Paco pads, environmental products and stabilization collars that fit around Orion and Dragon space capsules – plus recovery rafts capable of withstanding Sea State 8 conditions, which involve strong winds and large waves.
He has traveled internationally to provide cleft lip and palate surgery for children in Ecuador, with the goal of making their surgical journey as comfortable and informative as possible.
Jacks Plastic Welding has been operating as a family business since 1982. Their specialty industrial products include polyvinyl chloride bladders used for various applications; customers include military readiness and training companies as well as rafters and outdoor adventurers. Headquartered in Aztec, Colorado – Garcia noted their sales are on the uptick thanks to CAE USA contract to fabricate bladders simulating human organs used by military readiness training purposes as well as NASA contract for three products including stabilization collars that fit around Dragon Orion space capsules plus giant floating tank recovery raft.
Jackson specializes in breast surgery, rhinoplasty, short-scar facelifts and post-bariatric body contouring procedures in his private practice. He takes great care in providing his patients with comprehensive care and expert counsel throughout their treatments.
Achievement and Honors
Jack has shown a dedication to environmental stewardship through his efforts in raising plastic pollution awareness. Working alongside organizations such as Conscious Connection, he encourages individuals to beat plastic pollution by opting for sustainable alternatives over single-use plastics and refusing single-use plastics.
Jack not only donates his services in Ecuador, but is also actively involved with The Facelift Foundation – a charitable organization offering reconstructive facial surgery to children who cannot afford it. According to its website, The Foundation employs nine surgeons who travel throughout various locations providing cleft lip and palate surgeries, among others.
As recognition for his accomplishments in plastics engineering, Dr. Reimers was granted Fellow status by the Society of Plastic Engineers (SPE). This honor recognizes his significant contributions towards furthering plastic science and technology.
Jack is an engaging individual with many hobbies and interests. She prides herself on providing patients with excellent results, and always ensures their comfort throughout their procedures.
She has an intense commitment to environmental conservation and recently joined UN Environment in their global initiative called Beat Plastic Pollution to decrease and eventually eradicate plastic pollution.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as going on adventures such as hiking, kayaking and rafting in the Grand Canyon. Additionally, she has worked on multiple film sets while cooking and gardening are passions of hers.